What represents the Claw-Greeting?

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Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor

Unquestionably, the Sun Stone, the famous Aztec calendar, is a perfect summary of science, philosophy, art and religion.

Tonatiuh, the Verb of St. John, the Logos or Creator Demiurge of the Universe, with his triangular tongue of fire, is the Golden Child of Sexual Alchemy, the midnight Spiritual Sun, the ascending eagle, and the resplendent Dragon of Wisdom. He is represented by the shining star that gives us life, light and heat. Decorated in the Nahua style, he appears glorious in the centre of the great solar stone.

To the sides of the great face, his hands, armed with eagle claws, squeeze human hearts. In transcendental esotericism, the M. M. know very well the profound meaning of the claw greeting.

Around the figure of the Mexican word, the date “4- Earthquake” is engraved in great dimensions. It is the day in which our present fifth sun will be consumed by fire and earthquakes.

In the extraordinary rectangles of the “Earthquake” sign, are sculpted the dates in which the previous suns perished.

Excerpt from the book: The Secret Doctrine of Anahuac.